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Dark Peak Fell Runners
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3d • 21/01/2020 • 13:31

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4d • 20/01/2020 • 22:28

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6d • 18/01/2020 • 16:40

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From the Photos page


Grindleford on Thursday 18th June 1998

Following the pattern of the summer (or was it an early winter) the weather on the day prior to the race was murky and wet. To add to the organiser\'s usual problems was the fact that heavy rain in the early part of the week had turned the River Derwent into a raging torrent instead of the usual placid progress to be found in June. A decision was made to re route the race along the riverbank then across the road and back to the playing field. Apart from appearing highly dangerous, one of the reasons for re routing was the lack of volunteers to catch the floating bodies as they were swept under the bridge. Needless to say, the decision not to cross the river was questioned by some of the more vociferous members of Dark Peak. A few runners commented afterwards that they felt it was a better route without the river crossing. The organiser however will keep the river crossing unless there is an obvious danger.
Despite the weather, there were 288 runners and Dark Peak scored in the ladies and super vet. (0/50) classes. At one stage it looked as though the vets. (0/40) winner would be from Dark Peak, but it turned out that Tim Tett, who finished a creditable 12th overall had been wrongly classified. Well he looks old enough doesn\'t he?
A further nightmare for the organiser was the cock up over the ladies results, where for some reason \"she\" finished up wearing \"his\" number so that when number say 224 went flashing past the finish, \"she\" was recorded as having broken all women\'s records. This mix up occurred twice so the stewards\' enquiry went on for some time.

Grindleford Carnival committee is very grateful for the support given by Dark Peak, not only for the race, but in the generous purchase of raffle tickets. There is usually a winner from the club and this year was no exception with Jim Fulton being the lucky recipient of a camera.

Frank Galbraith
287 starters
Click the to see results for the athlete in all results for this event, click the name for all known results for the athlete
1K. Webster00:32:54Matlock  
7Richard Patton00:34:11Dark PeakM 
11Steve Bell00:35:41Dark PeakM 
12Tim Tett00:35:47Dark PeakM 
17Dave Allen00:36:28Dark PeakM 
18G. Ellis00:36:33   
20Rob Hutton00:36:38Dark PeakM 
33Charlie Adams00:37:55Dark PeakM 
34David Beresford00:37:57Dark PeakM 
35Mike Pedley00:37:59Dark PeakM 
37R. Freeman00:38:08   
44C. Fothergill00:38:24  1st Lady
45R. Marlow00:38:34  1st MV50
61Andrew Moore00:39:27Dark PeakM 
62Neville Boler00:39:30Dark PeakMV45 
63D. Charles00:39:36   
66Ken Jones00:39:45Dark PeakMV45 
73Richard Hopkinson00:40:16Dark PeakMV50 
75John Lyon00:40:18Dark PeakMV40 
91Mick Cochrane00:41:33Dark PeakMV50 

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